Daisy Lowe In Elie Saab – 2010 British Fashion Awards

Best Dressed Award
The first thing I said to when I saw Daisy Lowe at the 2010 British Fashion Awards was “Wow.”

Some people have to put in a lot of effort to make a gown this detailed and haunting looks so beautiful.

Daisy Lowe does with ease.

She has that gothic mystic to make this Elie Saab Fall 2010 lace gown so incredibly beautiful. I love how this dress gives her a tiny waist. Smaller than the models would you believe?

We’ve been totally spoilt by 3 gorgeous Elie Saab looks today.

This is why I LOVE the man, my god and creator of all things beautiful.



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Who Wore Christian Dior Better? Marion Cotillard or Daisy Lowe

Marion Cotillard horrified us all when she wore this Christian Dior Fall 2010 dress to the ‘Les Petits Mouchoirs’ Paris Premiere last month.

I still have nightmares over the hair, make-up and her squashed twins.

She wasn’t the graceful Marion we’ve all come to love.

Model Daisy Lowe wore the same dress to the private viewing of “Dior Illustrated: Rene Gruau And The Line Of Beauty” in London last night.

She paired her dress with tights and Christian Dior Cavaliere platform ankle boots.

No question I’m giving this to Daisy, even with my pet peeves ankle boots and tights.

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Front Row @ Louis Vuitton Spring 2011

The Brit pack were also taking up the front row seats at Louis Vuitton’s Spring 2011 presentation on the last day of Paris Fashion Week yesterday.

On a cold miserable rainy day in Paris, Alexa Chung and Daisy Low both opted for Resort 2011 looks.

Alexa wore a grey sweater with her floral striped halter dress – wisely considering the weather.

Daisy on the other had show true Brit spirit by braving the cold wearing a striped tee and pink flared skirt with floral appliqués.

Alexa carried a brown Louis Vuitton Sofia Coppola bag and wore black pumps, whereas Daisy opted for a Louis Vuitton mother-of-pearl clutch from the Resort 2011 collection and cute matching pink peep-toes.

Daisy may just find herself on the BDOTW poll as I adore her look.

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2010 GQ Men Of The Year Awards – Daisy Lowe In Gareth Pugh

Daisy Lowe attended the 2010 GQ Men of the Year Awards at the Royal Opera House in London last night.

She wore a Fall-like Gareth Pugh Spring 2010 striped dress.

I wouldn’t have expected Daisy to wear a high collared long sleeved dress like this, because she likes to show off her body.

But I guess I should be happy that she wasn’t predictable in that sense.

I like that she wore a British designer, and I do think she pulled off this look, but I think that’s mostly because of her make-up.

It’s not my cup of Earl Grey, but I don’t hate it either.

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Who Wore Dolce & Gabbana Better? Ashley Greene or Daisy Lowe

Ashley Greene and Daisy Lowe have the same taste in dresses, you’ll be surprised to know.

Twilight starlet Ashley Greene was the first to wear this Dolce & Gabbana yellow polka dot dress when she arrived at the Nylon Magazine Hot Hollywood party in LA back in May.

With her then dark immaculately groomed locks, she paired her stand out dress with black peep-toes.

Daisy Lowe gave this dress its second red carpet outing at the 2010 CFDA Fashion Awards in New York a last month.

I’m guessing it was a very chilly night in New York, as Daisy teamed her dress with black tights and a black cardigan.

Ashley wins for me, as Daisy takes the fun out of this dress with the tights and cardi.

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2010 CFDA Fashion Awards – Daisy Lowe In Dolce & Gabbana

Worst Dressed Award
Daisy Lowe was easily the worst dressed at the 2010 CFDA Fashion Awards which was held in New York last night.

The British model opted for a garish Dolce & Gabbana Pre-Fall 2010 yellow satin polka dot mini strapless dress, which wore with tights and a black cardigan.

Her only saving grace were her Nicholas Kirkwood heels.

This is something she should have worn on a pub crawl in Camden, not a prestigious fashion event in New York.

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